Web 2.0 Interactive Learning Through Web Tools
WEB 2.0 INTERACTIVE LEARNING THROUGH WEB TOOLS
Interactive learning is a pedagogical technique that engages students by having them actively participate with peers in lessons. Interactive learning is a hands-on/real life approach to education founded upon building student engagement through guided social interaction.
Carefully designed and structured activities facilitate learning in groups, fostering a challenging but encouraging space for students to wrestle with novel concepts and develop practical skills. Typical "homework" activities like applying course topics, solving problems, working through issues, are done together in class, while the classic "classroom" activities, such as hearing course topics explained, are done at home by watching videos, reading and using online resources.
Students then come to class with their curiosity piqued by engaging with topics in advance and are then given a problem, a project, a case to role-play or some other active learning exercise which engages them with their peers and teaching staff in an interactive and energetic learning environment.
Interactive learning is a holistic methodology that has both online and offline components, which together make a complete educational experience.
What is Interactive Learning?
What Is Interactive Technology in Classrooms?
Interactive teaching styles that make a difference
Brainstorming ? various techniques
Structured and unstructured
Reverse or negative thinking
Nominal group relationships
Online interaction such as chat, forums and email
Think, pair, and share technique
Applying interactive education
Measurable student accomplishments
Flexibility in teaching
Encouraging student participation.
Using questions that stimulate response, discussion, and a hands-on experience.
Using teaching aids that press for answers, and capture/hold the student?s attention.
Setting up a workgroup environment.
Involving yourself as well as the student.
Making responsible decisions
Awareness of self
Building healthy relationships